MCSA 70-411 crtice, deo 1

Dakle, sada je na redu drugi deo MCSA (na moje TOTALNO oduševljenje ;-))
Skraćenica (kao i za predhodni deo sertifikacije) ima za izvoz :
AD CS – Active Directory certificate services, issues and manages public key infrastructure (PKI) certificates
AD FS – active directory federation services
ADSI – Active Directory service interfaces
ANI – automatic number identification (caller ID)
API – application programming interface
BGP – border gatewy protocol
BMR – bare metal restore
BYOD – bring your own device
CBCP – callback control protocol
DAC – dynamic access control
DCS – data collector set
DFS – distributed file system
DFSR – distributed file system replication
DISM – Deployment Image Servicing and Management
DOL – deleted object lifetime
DRA – data recovery agent
DSL – digital subscriber line
DSC – data collector set
DUN – dial-up networking
EAP – extensible authentication protocol
EAP-TLS – extensible authentication protocol, transport layer security
EFS – encrypted file system
FSR – file replication service
FSRM – file server resource manager
GPMC – group policy management console – may be used to refresh Group Policy settings immediately.
GPO – group policy object
HRA – health registration authority
IKEv2 – Internet Key Exchange version 2, a VPN protocol
IPSec – Internet protocol security
ISDN – integrated services digital network
L2TP – layer 2 tunneling protocol, NO encryption, NO authentication
LCP – link control protocol
LDAP – The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol directory service protocol that runs directly over the TCP/IP stack. It provides a mechanism used to connect to, search, and modify Internet directories.
MPPE – Microsoft point to point encryption
MTU – maximum transmission unit
MSU – Microsoft Standalone Update Package
NAP – network access protection, da li je klijent „zdrav“ i na osnovu toga, jel može da uđe u mrežu → check a computer’s health, enforce network health policy, and remediate noncompliant computers to bring them into compliance with health policy.
NAT – network addresss translation, translates one network address to another
NIC – network interface
NPS – network policy server, Microsoft RADIUS and RADIUS proxy server in WIN 2012 R2, enforces NAP
NTLM – Microsoft authentication protocol, less secure than Kerberos
PAP – password authentication protocol
POTS – plain old telephone service
PPP – point-to-point protocol, used for dial-up connections, uses serial link
PPPOE – Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet
PPTP – point to point tunneling protocol (does NOT use sertificates or pre-shared keys)
PSO – password setting object, fine-grained password policies
RADIUS – remote authentication dial-in user service, allows authentication for RAS clients and routers
RAS – remote access services (?)
RIP – routing information protocol for IPv4
RODC – read-only domain controller
RR – resource records (in DNS)
RRAS – routing and remote access services
SACL – system access control list
SID – security identifier
SHA – system health agents, works for NAP
SHV – system health validator, works for NAP
SPN – service prinicipal name
SSID – service set identifier, wireless network name
SSO – single sign-on
SSTS – secure socket tunneling protocol
TLS – Tombstone Lifetime
TPM – trusted platform module, chip in newer computers used to store a BitLocker key
UPN – user principal name
WAP – wireless access point
WDS – Windows deployment services
WEP – wired equivalent privacy
WPA – Wi-Fi protected access
WPA2 – Wi-Fi protected access, version 2
WSUS – Windows server update services
.ZAP file – zero administration package is a text file, which allows the publishing of an application to a user on a Microsoft Windows system. For applications for which a .MSI file does not exist. It is used in Active Directory Domains and is installed using a Group Policy.

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